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Question Stalled/wants to stall at stop.

The other day while coming to a stop my truck lost throttle response, It was still idling but it would not respond when i hit the throttle. I shifted it to nuetral and back to drive and it worked. The next day came to a stop sign and it stalled out. restarted right away. now when i come to stop its acting like the engine is coming under load and the rpms drop abit(maybe 100rpm) and the idle kinda bounces up and down. I have checked my connections to the chip, pedal,ipr,and transmission..ive driven it without the chip and though i could not get it to stall today its acting like it coming under load when coming to a stop....any help would be appriciated. thx


truck is a 02 7.3 4x4 with a BTS.
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Any code kinda sounds like Gps

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my bad

Throttle position sensor

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no codes, thx for the input.
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Sounds like a CPS sensor to me.
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changed the Cps same old thang..its dropping throttle response to idle under acceleration now..gonna pick up a pedal assembly tomorrow and see if that fixes it.
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No don't fall into buying the assembly bondo grave yard sells the sensor cheap you done need the whole pedal

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Lucky for me the pedal didnt match up..TSD and a few guys suggested to clean the IPR...been a few days without any problems..keeping my fingers crossed. thx for the input.
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